This event is getting bigger and better every year. Trust me you don’t want to miss it!
Join us for some of the most beautiful scenery you will encounter on a side by side. Everyone is welcome so invite family and friends for one of the best times of your life! The White Mountains of Arizona are a mountain range and mountainous region in the eastern part of the state, near the border with New Mexico; it is a continuation from the west of the Arizona transition zone–Mogollon Rim, with the Rim ending in western New Mexico.
On August 19-24, 2020 AZOP will host the 16th annual White Mountain UTV Jamboree for adults and children who enjoy the outdoors through off-roading, camping and experiencing nature (a non-racing event). This event will be located in Eagar, Arizona; there will be 13 guided trail rides over 4 days including two night rides ranging from 30 to 110 miles. We expect a large amount of UTVs and campers. There will be a Trail Leader and a Trail Follower to ensure everyone makes it back. Safety is our utmost concern so please make sure you ALWAYS wear your safety harnesses/seat belts. If your riding a ATV make sure to wear a helmet at all times.
Throughout the Jamboree we will have several activities including a corn hole tournament, frisbee tournament, Miss White Mountain UTV Contest, Ice Cream Social, Live Music, Raffles, Vendors, and more. All entrants receive a free t-shirt, Swag bag, three breakfasts and two dinners.
All activities, sign ups and trail rides will leave from the Round Valley Rodeo Grounds. Dry camping will be right next-door at the Eagar Recreation Center. If you decide you do not want to camp at the jamboree there is Springville RV Park just down the street with full hook ups.
This year the Jamboree will include a poker run. Participants will have three days to visit 5-7 local businesses. This is a great opportunity to support the local community. You will meet new friends for life and enjoy old friends as well, hang out by the campfire at night or go into town to enjoy local restaurants.
AZOP always looks to give back to the community. Our Jamboree – which would not be possible with the support of Apache County, Eager, Springerville and the U.S. Forest Service –brings welcome tourism dollars to boost the economy in northeast Arizona.